Small Market Meetings

DEC 2016

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43 December 2016 FLORIDA VISIT SOUTH WALTON 25777 US Highway 331 South Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459 800-822-6877 Pamela Watkins Pamela@VisitSouthWalton.com www.VisitSouthWalton.com/Meetings When choosing the location for your next meeting, look no further than the sugar-white beaches of South Walton, Florida. Groups of all sizes can enjoy memorable meetings with distinguished meeting facilities, award-winning accommoda- tions and creative teambuilding activities. With 16 acclaimed beach neighborhoods to choose from, South Walton provides a uniquely customized meeting experience. ILLINOIS CARBONDALE TOURISM 126 S. Illinois Avenue Carbondale, Illinois, 62901 800-526-1500 Jordan Wren jordan@carbondaletourism.org www.carbondaletourism.org Carbondale Tourism is the official convention and visitors bureau for the city of Carbondale, Illinois. We are a hub for information about the local community and a resource for out of town visitors. For any questions on what to do, where to go, and where to eat, feel free to contact us. ILLINOIS EFFINGHAM CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU 1505 Hampton Drive Effingham, IL 62401 217-342-5305 Jodi Thoele thoelej@ci.effingham.il.us www.visiteffinghamil.com Effingham is the ideal place for meetings and conventions in Illinois. Effingham is centrally located at the intersection of I-57 and I-70. You'll also have an excellent choice of meeting facilities and venues in Effingham, from our 20,000 square feet Thelma Keller Convention Center to intimate spaces like the wine room at Firefly Grill. INDIANA VISIT HENDRICKS COUNTY 8 West Main Street Danville, IN 46122 Becky Harris becky@visithendrickscounty.com www.visithendrickscounty.com With its optimal location 10 miles and 15 minutes west of Indianapolis, proximity to the airport, hotel space, ancillary attractions and services, Hendricks County has the know- how and amenities necessary to host your next meeting or event. Coming in 2018 – a new Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center! KENTUCKY 21C MUSEUM HOTELS 710 West Main St, Third Floor Louisville, KY 40202 502-882-6224 Emily Cotterman ecotterman@21chotels.com www.21cmuseumhotels.com/ 21c Museum Hotels is on the move, bringing its unique expe- rience to cities across the country. Born out of a desire to integrate contemporary art into everyday life, 21c launched in downtown Louisville, Kentucky in 2006. Come explore for yourself and discover how 21c is redefining the art of modern Southern Hospitality. KENTUCKY MEETNKY | NORTHERN KENTUCKY CVB 50 E. RiverCenter Blvd. Suite 200, Covington, KY 41011 859-261-4677 hello@meetNKY.com www.meetNKY.com Welcome to Northern Kentucky, or NKY as we like to call ourselves. In NKY the South quite literally begins at our front door — where small-town warmth & hospitality go hand-in-hand with big-city amenities and attractions. Our unique style of South is what shines through… and you'll find in NKY we do Southern with a bit of German fusion and a whole lot of sass! ALASKA VISIT SITKA|SITKA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 104 Lake St. Sitka, AK 99835 907-747-8604 Sherry Aitken tourism@sitka.org www.sitka.org Nestled against lush, green-forested mountains, Sitka's Russian Orthodox Cathedral spires rise above this sur- prisingly cosmopolitan town perched on the "outside" of Alaska's Inside Passage. Direct 2-hour flights from Seattle, quality meeting venues, historical places, boutique shop- ping, accessible wildlife and locavore restaurants let you meet with a spirit of adventure. CALIFORNIA FAIRFIELD CONFERENCE & VISITORS BUREAU 1000 Webster Street, 1st Floor, Suite A. Fairfield, Ca 94533 707-399-2445 Christian Wentworth christian@visitfairfieldca.com www.visitfairfieldca.com Welcome to beautiful Fairfield, nestled in the heart of Northern California. Best known as being home to the Jelly Belly Factory and Anhueser-Busch Brewery, Fairfield also offers two thriving wine regions, premier golf courses, outdoor adventures through rolling hills and attractions for all ages – truly a destination full of surprises. FLORIDA VISIT SARASOTA COUNTY 1777 Main Street, Suite 302 Sarasota, FL 34236 941-955-0991 Seana Mincy smincy@visitsarasota.org www.VisitSarasota.org Soak up the sun at any spot along our 35 miles of white sand beaches. Treat yourself to the artisanal foods and thriving life that make up the downtown areas, or immerse yourself in the wild side. In Sarasota County, each moment is your own. ILLINOIS SPRINGFIELD CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU 109 N. Seventh St. Springfield, IL 62701 800-545-7300 Gina Gemberling meeting.info@springfield.il.us www.planonspringfieldil.com Plan a legendary meeting in historic Springfield, Abraham Lincoln's hometown. With the newly renovated Prairie Capital Convention Center, three distinct convention areas, more than 4,000 guest rooms and great facilities, events of all sizes shine in Illinois' capital city. INDIANA GRAND WAYNE CONVENTION CENTER 120 W. Jefferson Blvd Fort Wayne, IN 46802 260-426-4100 Marcy McKinley mmckinley@grandwayne.com www.grandwayne.com Grand Wayne Convention Center in downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana, is among the Midwest's premier event facilities. The Center's intuitive floor plans encompass 225,000 available square feet of carpeted, climate controlled, AV equipped space with free high performance WiFi, onsite AV and event management professionals, and full service food and beverage. INDIANA VISIT SOUTH BEND MISHAWAKA 101 N. Michigan St. Suite 300 South Bend, IN 46601 800-519-0577 Becky Fletcher bfletcher@visitsouthbend.com www.visitsouthbend.com The new South Bend is evolving and in a state of transfor- mation. With fun attractions, great restaurants, new hotel properties and conference spaces, and being home to the University of Notre Dame, the South Bend area is building a vibrant community that is beneficial to both visitors and meeting planners. 2017 Small Market Meetings Industry Directory

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